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abs. that is amir ago el. now the pope-- (applause) >> the pope also wrote that angel spoke the words proclaiming jesus's birth instead of singing them. so apparently according to the pope, the birth of our lord didn't sound like this-- ♪ hallelujah ♪ ♪. >> stephen: it sounded like this. >> how you doin? >> stephen: doesn't feel the same. (applause) now as a lifelong catholic i have stood by the church during its various trials and public triblations. 9 debate over birth control, the role of women in the church. and a third controversy i've taken drugs to forget. but frankly i got native teed off when the pope wrote that although it's clear jesus was born in a manager, there is no mention of animals in the gospel. no animals in the manager? who died and made you pope? oh, another pope, okay, well that's-- that's convenient. well, apparently the pope has not read the gospel of the little drummer boy. where it is written, quote, mary nodded pa rum pum pum pum, the ox and lamb kept time, pa rum pum pum pum. the ox and the lamb are the rhythm section. if the ox and the lamb aren't t
? just rob them and go away. don't kill the person. >> reporter: amir has been driving cabs for midway for about five years. though police aren't releasing the victim's name amir says he knew his colleague well enough to know he was hard working. he just purchased a house for his wife and kids. >> it's a dangerous job. >> reporter: the two teens are from maryland. >> we initially received some tips and that led us to them through witness information. >> reporter: wednesday night a few feet from the doors of gallaudet university the police spotted the car burning, the driver still inside. according to detectives the man wound up veering off of this driveway and into this fence and these trees. when the car became fully engulfed in flames. why? what the reason behind this? detectives suspect an armed robbery. >> we are still attempting to determine what if anything was taken. >>> a mail carrier talks about the scary moments after he found an 81-year-old woman robbed and beaten in her own home. police say a teenager broke into the woman's house on mckinley street on northwest wednesday an
for a final amount of $11,968,150 and final duration of 505 calendar days. member of the public, amir [speaker not understood]. >>> i regard in crescent way in san francisco. this action before you is unconscionable. it's the unilateral provision, unfair and unjust. it hasn't been reviewed by a neutral third-party. your project management team should not be allowed to use their position of power in dealing with a small business and impose the unilateral position on us without any third-party evaluation. during the course of this program i have always maintained this position that we are open to any type of alternate dispute resolution, whatever it be, partnering, arbitration, mediation, binding, nonbinding, anything. we even have a partnering consultant on board. their name is ibd global leadership alliance. many times they tried and we tried to sit down and try to resolve this issue amicably and bilaterally. every single point we were stonewalled by the project management team. they never scheduled nor attended any partnering session. all i'm asking is to have a third-party evaluation of this
. and at the same time, the president of egypt, the prime minister of turkey and the amir of qatar, all of these people are eager to get a settlement and israel is ready for one and will accept one, but under one condition, that this ugly, poisonous snake is never again able to raise its ugly head and hurt and destroy israeli lives. >> jamie: as is happening at this moment. ambass do, thank you. we wish you safety. thank you for taking time to bring us your perspect 45 tel aviv. well, the americans and the role that's we should be playing in this conflict, as it moved forward. how big a role should that be? what about the support from our allies around the world? can we bring them in? former ambassador to israel, ned walker will come in to talk about the u.s. response. >> eric: meanwhile, back here at home, the clock is ticking to hammer out an agreement to avoid that so-called fiscal cliff. you know, those tax hikes and deep spending cuts that automatically are supposed to go into effect by the end of the year, unless, of course, congress acts. what will happen? peter doocy with the la
of the marginalized palestinian authority in ramallah. and you have the amir 6 qatar visiting hamas in gaza. you have the egyptian prime minister visiting today. >> brown: the kind of thing we would never have seen and we did never see. >> absolutely. now hamas is getting direct financial support from qatar, political support from turkey and egypt. on the israeli side you have upcoming election, the israeli prime minister saying essentially our deterance should be-- we should remind the palestinians once again or hamas of our deterences, we have a longhand and that is why the decision came-- . >> brown: when you think about the can el-- cancel says on both sides, in israel the international reproach came quickly and will come even more. >> no, at the moment there is very wide support for the israeli operation. i mean the president of the united states went as far as saying that hamas must stop its fire first. there is an understanding in europe. of course the usual suspects-- . >> brown: i meant in the region, i'm sorry, you are right. >> the region is hostile to israel and is becoming more hostile t
tonight, amir hamsami, the founder of egypt's freedom party, and ed hussein joins me. ed, i want to start with you. morsi was credited with brokering that cease fire between israel and hamas. it seems within hours, he swept away with all these powers, saying his word will ride over judges. was he emboldened taking advantage of his success? >> without doubt, he knew he had enough political capital to make this move and just before, he had signed a deal with the imf for a $4 billion loan program. he thought he had enough credibility now to go after the judges that it was rumored would somehow control his own powers on december 2nd. that's all that's going on in the background. but what he undermined and failed to understand, this is a new egypt in which nobody can get away without level of control and power around them without the street rising to be the check and balance that we've seen happen over the last three days. >> what is your point of view on this? is this something people in egypt will accept? >> definitely not. at least a broad segment of our population is not accepting it and i
. so miles from 6 million to 70 million years s that scientifically as big a gap tas amir-- appears? >> yeah, it's a big deal, there is a big debate in the scientific community right now over t margaret. when you look at the grand canyon as a layperson, we've been there and see it, you would say clearly the colorado river formed this over many, many of years and we know the colorado river is between 5 an 6 million years old new york scientific debate there, there is plenty of evidence on that. so you would say well, the canyon must be that old. well the newspaper that kim out becky flowers of the university of colorado, took a series of readings on the eastern and western portions of the river which measured a helluous isotope which stops es kate-- escaping at -- 0 degrees. you can tell how the rocks have been rising out of center of the earth and sort of pinpoint where the depth had been. and they came to the conclusion that there was a grand canyon there some 70 million years ago before the river. well, how would that be? well, they say there were actually two rivers, one that flo
an amir to the united states when he is funding a terrorist organization that the united states condemns as a major state sponsor of terror. >> sensitive times for sure. former u.s. ambassador marc ginsberg. why are political opponents of health care making it happen? a hybrid? most are just no fun to drive. now, here's one that will make you feel alive. meet the five-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max says ha. c-max says wheeee. which is what you get, don't you see? cause c-max has lots more horsepower than prius v, a hybrid that c-max also bests in mpg. say hi to the all-new 47 combined mpg c-max hybrid. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. >>> in a move that may leave you scratching your head. republican governors who were the biggest opponents of the law have decided to let the federal government run the
materialize at all what hamas has gained is first of all a certain diplomatic breakthrough. the amir of qatar went there before this happened. while it was going on, the prime minister of egypt went there the foreign minister of durky and foreign minister of tunisia went there. the prime minister of turkey may go. what hamas has been able to do is bring -- >> break out of its diplomatic cage a little bit. that's the benefit. the other thing is that this is a benefit to the people, the hamas factions in gaza who are fighting an internal power struggle with the external leadership that used to be based in damascus and is now disbursed all over the world. i think for different factions in hamas they've achieved things politically for themselves. the people of gaza may be in a sense of euphoria. there's going to be hangover when the dust settles when they bury the dead and count the costs, there ought to be as there was after cass led in 2008-2009, a clear contrast with a much better situation in the west bank. but today there isn't one. and that's the tragedy. and that means that hamas might be
and the amir of qatar. what other feeds are coming in here? what are you monitoring, taking a look at? >> of the arab channels, al jazeera, hamas television, our television based in gaza and a live around the clock coverage of reporting of their point of the view, their side of the story on this conflict. they take in also hebrew channels. they translate that to show the viewers the israeli positions and their admissions from their perspective of the missile attacks raining on them. >> we appreciate that insight. that's the latest from the international desk. we'll keep an eye on everything coming into cnn. for now, back to you. >> thank you very much. you can get news anytime you want on cnn.com. and we're going to show you some stories that are trending as we speak. the u.n. says iran has made a significant advancement in its nuclear program with the completion of an underground uranium enrichment facility. >> a late moment at the white house. president obama wished house speaker john boehner a happy birthday. the president said he didn't know how many candles they would need for sp
, one with president morsi and one with the foreign minister amir. she will give a press conference. we hear they're standing by for that press conference, which everyone here and in israel is intent on following. after yesterday's swirl of diplomacy, both sides, israel and hamas, seem to have gotten bogged down in the details. apparently, according to some egyptian sources, they haven't been able to bridge their differences. hence the arrival of hillary clinton. a major egyptian online weekly is reporting tuesday, yesterday, egyptian negotiators handed hamas a final proposal to the israelis in jerusalem. since then hamas and egyptians have basically been awaiting israel's final response. of course, it's in that context that hillary clinton now is here. and her presence here is so urgent. she has seen netanyahu twice more since last night. she saw mahmoud abbas, the president of palestine, of the plo, in ramallah. it's really unclear whether secretary clinton is carrying any specific proposals or is here basically to nudge both sides into some kind of compromise. in less than 15 second,
to gaza to stand shoulder to shoulder with hamas, the ejust a minutian prime minister, the amir of qatar, the prime minister, foreign minister of qatar, the prime minister and foreign minister of tunisia, and the whole arab league delegation just this week, so this is a far cry from isolating hamas, which the u.s. and israel have also wanted and, frankly, which mubarak used to help do. now it's a very different kettle of fish. >> this is after arab spring, and now we have hamas that's emboldened and really a test for secretary of capitol hill state clinton to see what they're going to do with these new players here, with the role of ejust a minute as well as hamas. the political stakes have been highly pole lished by this. they're going to be looking pretty good, if think can get something out of it in the end. hopefully the rockets will stop. the missiles will stop and people will stop dying, but then comes the hard work, which is who gets what. we're going to take a break. when we come back, we'll talk to ben about that and plenty more. they've been committed to putting clients first.
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